Pollen Wild Fllowers
Hematopoietic, Strengthen the Skin & Hair & Prostate
Pollen is the male seed of flower blossoms found at the end of anthers and the only fertilizer of the plants. It is collected and kept by honeybees in their leg pollen pouches and carried into the hive for eating and feeding the larvae. Pollen is taken away from the honeybees legs by pollen traps and dried to a certain degree by a special machine. Honey pollen has been of nutritious and medicinal importance since ancient times for the Chinese, Romans and Egyptians. Nowadays, it is offered in powder and capsule forms to the public. The pollen contains amino acids (Arginine, Alanine, Histadine, Isoleucine, Methionine, Phenylalanine, Tryptophan, Threonine), vitamins, hormones, and minerals such as potassium, magnesium, calcium, copper, iron, phosphorus, sulfur, chloride, manganese, and group B, A, C, E and D vitamins as well as Gonadotropin and Estrogen.
Honeybee Pollen Benefits
- Regulation of the large intestinal function.
- Treatment of Constipation: use one teaspoonful everyday preferably in the morning.
- Nerve Relaxing: mix pollen and honey in an one by one teaspoonful proportion
- Treatment of anemia: It treats anemia, increases hemoglobin and reduces blood pressure.
- As appetite stimulant: It increases appetite and stimulates physical functions.
- As allergy cure: people allergic to flora pollen can eat comb honey. Pollen contained in it can reduce allergy.
- Prostate enlargement: It effectively prevents enlargement of prostates, daily use of one teaspoonful is recommended to people above 50.
- Liver diseases: A mixture of honey, royal jelly and pollen could be a good treatment for liver diseases.
How to use pollen
The daily pollen serving breakfast and preferably in the amount of at least a spoonful of honey or juice or yogurt mixed or even eat alone.
The use of pollen
Types of allergies, anemia, infections, asthma, asthenia capillaries, relieve fatigue, prevent cravings for nicotine and caffeine, enhance the power of the immune system, infertility, impotence, abnormalities of the liver, increased longevity, the problems of menopause, fixes swelling of the prostate, healing of wounds, removing full appetite, relieve neurasthenia, hair loss, gastritis, dental caries, treatment of memory loss, osteoporosis, reduce stress and strengthen the body.
Powered Propolis & solid propolis
Natural Antibiotic, Strengthening the Immune System
A very strong natural antibiotics made by the honeybee from the plant resin, floral nectar, beeswax and pollen, in a proportion of 50% plant resin, 30% beeswax, 10% nectar and 10% pollen.
The honeybee uses propolis as an antiseptic and crack-filler for the walls of the hives and puts it at the entrance to the hive to disinfect its legs while entering or leaving.
The ancient Romans and Greeks applied the propolis to the wounds for healing and for treatment of infections and fever.
During World War II, the Russians used it to prevent wounds from becoming infectious.
Propolis is antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal and anti-inflammatory. It has antibiotic and antioxidant properties, has no side-effects and because it can kill bacteria resistant to chemical antibiotics, it can replace such antibiotics.
It is a rich source of vitamins, minerals, organic acids, and riboflavonoids which activate vitamin C and prevent oxidation of LDL. The level of riboflavonoids in propolis is 500 times that of orange. It contains all known vitamins except vitamin K and 14 minerals except sulfur.
Use and Applications of Propolis
To treat ailments like allergy, blood clots, burns, bruises, cuts, cancer, exhaustion, respirational problems, acne, skin disorders, cough, infection, cold, flu, high blood pressure, shingles, wounds and liver problems.
It is a lemon or cream-colored thick substance secreted from hypopharengeal glands of young worker bees and is the only nutrient that the queen feeds on. If blended with honey, it makes honey very diluted. It has a sour and acrid taste.
To appreciate the miraculous properties of royal jelly, you should know how a queen comes into existence. If an egg is fed with royal jelly for three days, it becomes a worker bee but if it feeds on royal jelly for a week, it becomes a queen with a 43% bigger size and a 60% heavier body, not to compare the life cycle of seven years of the queen to seven weeks of the worker bees. The queen could lay 2000 eggs a day which amounts to two and a half times the weight of her body while the worker bees are infertile. All these characteristics emanate from a longer period of feeding on royal jelly.
Directions for Use of Royal Jelly
A daily use of at least one and at most 5 grams with honey is prescribed, but the best recommendation is to put it under the tongue and eat it after mixing with saliva.
How to make a face mask with royal jelly and honey to liven up the skin
For dry skin: you can make a facial mask by mixing two tablespoons of honey, two tablespoons of sweet almond oil, one gram of royal jelly and five drops of rose water. You can apply it to your face and rub it for two minutes and rinse it after 15 minutes.
For greasy skin: you can make a facial mask by mixing one tablespoon of honey, one egg white, one gram of royal jelly, one teaspoonful of glycerin and some flour. Put it on your skin and rinse with warm water after 10 minutes.
Royal Jelly: a Prime Nutritious Source
Royal jelly is a total and complete combination: a very rich source of protein, eight types of essential amino acids, fatty acids, strolls, phosphorus compounds especially acetylcholine (vital for transmission of messages among the nervous cells; any deficiency of which causes Alzheimer).
Royal jelly contains Gama globin which provokes the immune system to defend against infections. It contains vitamins Bcomplex, A, E, C, and D, biotin, folic acid, inositol, and pantothenic ( a strong nerve relaxer) as well as minerals including calcium, copper, iron, phosphorus, potassium, silicon, and sulfur. It is very rich in nucleic acid (DNA, RNA). Its very rich components stimulate the glands and normalize male and female reproductive system functions and increase libido. Royal jelly influences pancreas and increases Beta cells activities to lead to an increase in production of insulin and a decrease in blood sugar.
It is an antioxidant which strengthens the defense system against any harmful side-effects of chemotherapy and radiation therapy. It helps the recovery of cells, strengthens the immune system and has anti-tumor properties.
Royal jelly is helpful for body building exercises
Due to the properties of royal jelly cells and repair muscle tissue
It is also the impact on growth hormone
Can be associated with bodybuilding supplements used by athletes will be conservatives, especially fitness
And impact muscle growth and energy is lost after exercise.
Royal Jelly: the Secret to Beauty and Youth
Royal jelly has long been recommended for staying young and beautiful. Eating it and using facial masks made from it rejuvenate and reinvigorate the skin. While it boosts energy and relieves stress and insomnia, it can prevent early aging. It prevents formation of wrinkles because of the large amount of jelly in it which is the pre-material for collagen.
Royal Jelly Use and Applications
For Treatment of: sexual impotence and inability, menopause problems, infertility, skin stains and wrinkles, diabetes, cancer, asthma, high blood pressure, bladder infections, anemia, poor memory, malnutrition, internal and external wounds and cuts, different types of arthritis, poor libido, liver problems, bone weakness and veins blockage. For boosting the body defense system, restoring hormone balance, fighting viral and bacterial infections, activating endocrine glands, reducing cholesterol level, helping the growth of body organs and weight control.
Special Royal Jelly
Product of a protected area in iran with a varied and unique vegetation cover